We represent a strong roster of contemporary artists of the Americas


Pan American Art Projects opened in Dallas in 2001 and in Miami in 2006. Our mission is to exhibit and promote established and emerging artists from North, Central and South America, to provide a dialogue between art from the regions. We have introduced internationally emerging artists over the years, around a core of a few continuously represented artists. 

We have promoted our artists’ participation in international exhibits: F. Acea (Switzerland); T. Snelling (Berlin); R. Moran (Venice Biennale); J. Toirac, Museum of Latin American Art (Long Beach); L. Ferrari, Museo de Bellas Artes (Havana). Also, their participation in international residencies, like L. Warck-Meister in France, T. Snelling in Berlin, T. Larsen at the Albee Foundation.

We financed monographs for E. Duval Carrie’, C. Estevez, A. Barroso, J. Toirac; we published books for G. LLinas, C. Enriquez, J. M. Fors, J. Rios; as well as innumerable exhibit catalogues.

We participated in international art fairs such as MiArt, Artissima, Pinta London, Scope Basel, Balelatina, MACO, Buenos Aires Photo; and in many national fairs, in Los Angeles (The L.A. Art Show, Paris Photo), Santa Monica, New York (Pinta New York, the Armory, Volta, Art on Paper), Southampton, Chicago, Miami, Palm Beach, Dallas, Houston, Seattle.

We have made loans to museum shows, such as the McMullen Museum of Boston, MALBA in Buenos Aires, the African American Museum, Dallas, the Frost Museum in Miami, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Perez Art Museum Miami, Molaa in Long Beach, Museo de Bellas Artes of Cuba, Museo de Bellas Artes of Mexico City. We have sold and donated several pieces to museums in the US and abroad.

We are located in the Little River area of Miami, where we present seven to eight exhibits a year, alternating between solos shows and curated collectives. We sponsored the exhibit ‘Foucault’s Pendulum’ at the 2015 Havana Biennial, which earned its curator Alejandro Machado the ‘Curator of the Year’ national award.

Note to Visitors

In order to provide a COVID19-safe environment for our staff as well as visitors, Pan American Art Projects will comply with the following guidelines:

– A maximum of 8 guests will be admitted within the exhibition areas at any one time
– Advance appointments can be made at [email protected], but are not required.
– Visitors should maintain a safe distance from strangers as indicated in government rules.
– All visitors must wear masks for the duration of their visit, and if they don’t have one, one will be provided to them prior to entry into the gallery.
– Hand sanitizer will be available for use.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation!

274 NE 67th Street
Miami, FL 33138
United States